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Re: (Crazy Hungarian)

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3" on a mk1....never seen one personally that wasn't side exit.
I know a guy with a CIS Turbo 8V with a 3" exhaust on a 70's Audi Fox though...still a tight fit

Sure, did think about the side exit - might run the WG to run out behind the front wheel arch - might plumb into the DP.
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Re: (d-bot)

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I build a 3" over the axle system for my turbo mk1
The brackets ended up being different than the tube one you see there now but otherwise fits very well

and completed

Hmmmm....
An more pics mounted?
 

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I build a 3" over the axle system for my turbo mk1
The brackets ended up being different than the tube one you see there now but otherwise fits very well


Second thoughts... thats a nice system.... SELL ME IT - I'll take care of the fabing on the DP for my BT setup but thats a nice system man...
 

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WOW...3" setup for a mk1...cool.
Only question...have ny of you guys driven em for a while...and on a lowered car?
I have the 2.5" on my mk1 jetta and when I had it running 60mm drop springs I got a fair amount of vibration from it hitting the axles beam
 

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along these same lines, i am going to run full 3" all the way. one thing that will help is to ditch the stock fuel tank and go fuel cell. this is how i am going to accomplish this. http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
 
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